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Professor Julien Chaisse Quoted in the South China Morning Post on the China-EU investment deal suspension


Professor Julien Chaisse, an associate member of CCCL, explains that European Parliament’s failure to ratify Comprehensive Agreement on Investment may have diplomatic implications, but most EU countries already have separate bilateral investment treaties with China. Read the full article here: Su-Lin Tan, “China-EU investment deal suspension seen as more politically symbolic than economic, but risks to trade exist”, South China Morning Post, 22 May 2021 <>.